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Getting leg pain always. Is it due to weakness? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 03-Jul-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:Hi Doctor
User: XXXXXXX here
User:I am getting leg pain always
User:even if i stand for half an hour
User:is it due to weakness.
Doctor:Leg pain can occur due to various reasons.
Doctor:A week leg when strained can produce pain.
User:ok Doctor.
Doctor:However other causes such as thyroid deficiency, nerve compressions, vascular problems, musculoskeletal problems can also cause such leg pain.
Doctor:Only a detailed evaluation can help us identify the exact cause.
User:fine Doctor, im 26, got married 3 months back.
User:being anemic also will cause pain?
Doctor:Yes... Metabolic conditions such as vitamin deficiency, anemia and thyroid problems can cause such pain.
User:ok doctor, Thanks.
User:any tests should i take?
Doctor:Yes, you would need test. However the best approach would be to consult a doctor and get yourself examined.
Doctor:The need for test and the exact test can be decided accordingly.
User:ok doctor, thank you so much for your time.
Doctor:You are welcome.
Doctor:thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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